Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbndge Daily Herald, Tuesday, February Daily HeroM ery ocean. It surely cannot be that the swishing tall of Halley'g cornet is causing such.xa. commotion among the elements so soon. A Brantford farmer caught fire on his Established December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Lid., every lawful e.en- at its office, Crabi> SL, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES aad News Department Circulation and Job Departmens, j Subscript.on Rates Daily, one year, delivered Dally, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered .....35c Daily, one year, by Daily, six months, by mail.......JL7S Daily, three mouths, by mail.....85c edj'but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the worldjs news of the week, local and foreign. One year, in advance Six montLa, in Three months, in advance........50c THE DAILY HERALD Is one sale at the following Cross Drug and Boob Store, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J. Johnston. Co., R. W. Ham ilten. -Pincher J. -Mitchel, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Cardstorv-Alberta Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. R. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B. The Herald is In receipt of a letter from a woman Ju Iowa who says that she has been told that boys in Canada are forced to serve from five to seven years in the army after leaving school and wants to know if such is the case. This-is bxit a sample of the yarns that are being spun to the unwary In the effort to stern the flow of emigration from the States to Canada. The Herald has been favored with the Initial copy of the Dominion Sen- tinel, an Ottawa publication, with ap- parently no auspices under which it is published. Its ostensible purpose is to agitate against any state interfer- ence in the freedom of religion but straightway proceed to assail the right of the state to interfere in the moral THE RAILROAD PROGRAM The reports of the three great rail- roads of the Wesi indicate that they will build altogether about two thous- and miles in the West this year. The Grand Trunk Pacific the Canadian Pa- cific and the Canadian Northern will each build between six and seven hun- dred miles. This means much for-the West. There is the cost of construc- tion which mount up into a lot of mon- ey, probably fifty or sixty million dol- lars. A large amount of this will be spent in the West for labor and mater- ial. Then there is to be considered the large areas of land to be opened up and brought into touch with the mar- kets of the world. It means a greatly increased settlement, for though a cer- tain of settlement precedes railways and a great deal more follows it. The building of two thousand miles ot railway means the buildings of scores of towns, and a very large in- crease of population. They, mean more products and better prices and more general prosperity. conduct of a man. It is an insidious publication whose purpose is not at all in keeping with its splendid ical appearance. A man with a red nose arose Ja the audience and "You have studied intoxication lor many "For thirty-two years, sir, and "Well, I want to ask, in justice to the drinking classes, if you ever in all that time saw a drukeii man holding up a lamp post as he is usually pictured in the funny Mistress (hurrying Mary, time is it now? 2, mum. I thought it was later; I still have 20 minutes to catch the steamer. .murau. I knew yo'd be rushed, so I set the clock back thirty minutes to give ye more time. "Are you running your railroads for the benefit of the public or the stock- In all the discussions of the Inter- colonial railway and its regular annual defieits.-one point has been very gen- erally left out and that is that the freight rates on that road are the low- est of any railroad system in America. Thus there may have been and were deficits from the operation of the road, the difference was more than made up by the saving to the people di- rectly concerned in the saving of the freight. It makes Hon. G. P. Graham's repert of a surplus of nearly three quarters of a million all the more cre- ditable to know that it was gained un- der such circumstances. In cautioning auto drivers to use ev- ery care, particularly on the river road, to "avoid frightening teams, es- pecially of farmers who come to the and fetch m "I'm no answered Mr. Dus tin Stax. "If we pay big dividends the public complains, and if we don't the stockholders kick. I'm inclined to maintain neutrality as a high-salaried official and let 'em fight it out." "When you are said the man of gentle instincts, "stop and count a hundred." "A hundred. echoed Mr. Sirius Bar- ker. "If I could stop at a hundred in counting up my wife's milliners' bills I wouldn't be angry." wear a fashionable hat with grace you must have a head like this wooden model. That is the reason why madaine looks so charming in the hat I made for her. go to my writing table You may have been told that fruit farming is not a poor man's proposition We wish to state that under ANY conditions, fruit farming on the Arrow Lakes requires less capital than grain raising on the prairie, and under our system, we make it possible for a mau to go into fruit farming, and eventually secure himself a home In this MOST DESIRABLE PART OF THE WORLD, ON LESS THAN J109.00 CAPITAL. We ca'miot use this space for details, but can show you If you will call, or we will forward the figures, which we have had verified by actual farmers. Showing that a man to purchase 160 acres on most favorable terms, and put it in condition to keep requires about capital before it is self-sustaining, this is working with a view to economizing In every way possible. At the end of four years he will have his farm paid for, and excluding failures and losses, should get an annual return of to You can figure It out for yourself if you will take the trouble. Now then, In the first place, will buy 10 acres of fruit hind, all cleared, planted In orchard, four years old, under our system, and leave you in your pocket. It has been proven beyond question, that 10 acres in this condition will return, if planted In small stuff between the rows of trees, at least per acre or annually, with a steady increase as the trees mature, and you can earn money at any other employment'during these four yers, as you do not have to touch your land. There- fore: The man with this amount of capital is in un ideal position to make himself in- dependent on a fruit ranch. The other extreme is tho man who cannot pay wore than the 1st payment of We have a plan by which this man can secure a fruit farm, and home and a living at the same time, providing he can do a man's work WE TAKE THE CHANCES. ISN'T THIS GOOD ENOUGH? IF YOU CANNOT SEE HOW IT IS POSSIBLE, CALL OR DROP US A AM" WE WILL CONVINCE YOU. acco pouch on the OUR GF VitW That snow storm that has covered Southern Alberta with such a splendid .ixantle of white is wortn all kinds of money to the grain-raisers and hence to everybody else that The Taber people have decided to gamble fifteen; thousand' dollars on a gas well. Here's homing they hVre bet- ter success another pla.ee might If ire "wished to Memories that are not altbf ettier jrteia aat .School Board is wlfce to get af let and' afccurV ioifce good aftet" tie The" public of reportwd from er small box of cigars, sir? but how did you find hem? sir. Take This to Heart (Okotoks One way'to get out of a tight s to sober up. CREW OF :TURN Seattle, Feb. 19 sur- vivors of the Steamer Farallon, wrecked near lilamna Bay, Alaska on January 5, the steamer Victoria arrived in port from Valdez, Alaska, yesterday. All survivors were mem- bers of the Farallon's crew, the paas- engers having decided to wait at Val- dez and take the next westbound pteamer for their original destina- tion. Many show the effects of their month's camp on the stormbound coast CapL J. C. er of the Farallon, says the steamer Is a solid mass of ice. The remain der or the crew who left camp Jan loth are likely safe as the men are familiar with the coast LOTS IN MORNINGSIDE The Best Part of Lethbridge The Part That is GROWING PER LOT Down and a Month NO INTEREST NO TAXES The Standard Securities Company j OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge We are sole agents in jg Lethbridge for the The Standard Garage Co. PHONE 564 WOOD ST. I I 1 Three of the Best Ganong's Lo wney's Roach Tesdale's No better lines or chocolates made, and All Fresh THE REI> CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. i G. N. McLean I T General Teaming Phone 10S9 V Coal moat be paid for on delivery H-l I I-H-I-H1 I I IHIH-SM INSURANCE REAL ESTATE CITY AND FARM LOANS CALEDONIAN HALL The Caledonian Hall is open to let or dances, parties, r banquets, etc. 3est floor in kitch- en in connection, all modern erice's." Parties wishing to engage ap- ply to J. H. Kellle, Western Plumbing CO. I-.'''.'. FOR SALE Fully modern 8 roomed house on Bruce St., Rlverview, facts south. Price and terms, apply The H. Macbeth Agency Sherlock Block. ft. Picture Framvr. Nitht NEW BARNES COAL MINE CO. Lcthbridse Box 4W BEST COAL MARKET our Strictly C. 0. D. Gar load specialty; promptly on receipt df ordiei'. PATIERSDl BlOi BRAYING And General Team Work COAL ORDERS; promptly at- tended to. Professional Cards R. ANDREW SMITH, B.A.. L.L Barrister, Solicitor, Noti'v Public etc. 4 Alberta. Block, Round stree: DR. J. E. Phyai. cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room 18 Sherlock Building. Corner Rednath and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; H-l- 3-5- 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-930 Phoue day and night 1242. PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL rooms are bright, warm well ventilated. Good food, wash- ing done in hospIta-J laundry Pa- tients may hare visitors any time during the 8uy or if very ill may nave a. friend stay. First floor U for medical cases. Terms moderate Tolephone 269. Miss G. A. Dainty graduate nurse of Nicholls Hospital Peterboro. and three years exper. lence in hospital work in New York is IH charge. GLASSPOOLE-Profes- sional Nurse, 710 Bompas St. 17-Q MRS. Nsrse or vaw york Hospital will give mas- treatment or take' crises in Address 922 Ford Street. LEGAL New sage nursing. JOHNSTONE A RITCHlE-Bwm ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin- ins- Union Bank, Lethbrulge. L M Jfthn'itone; J. Norman Ritchie. Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block, Lethbridge SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money te loan. Offices in Canadian Bank of Commerce Bldg. W. C. Simmons; S. J. Shepherd: H A. U. MACDOUGAU.-Barrirtez Solicitor. Notary'. 'Room 14. SUflorrj Block. JOHN j; CAMERON-Barrisier aec Solicitor. Office. Roems 3 and 9 Ott Block. SURVEYING W H. YOUNG-B. A. Sc. Dominion Land Surveyor. Mine Surveyor. Post Office block, Phone 1447. 41-25 F. HAMILTON, Lano Surrey Irrigation and Hy- araulic Engineer." Room 5 Whit- ney Block. Phone, 205 Viaduct Lodge No. 53 I. 0. O. F. Meets every Monday night in Odd- fellow's Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting members 'cordially invited to attend. L. W. STEEVES, N.G. A. CATHRO. R.S Box 1270. UBLIC Tuff, St Phone 574. 11 II block, Duf- P. O. Box 1921- AND CONTRACTORS W. D. aooountahi Audits, liquidations, general ing. end advice Alta. Express and Baggage Wagon for Hire Prompt Service Phone 585 and 1023 MR. (J. w. and Choirmaster of Christ church, Mac- leod, gives lessons in voice cultiva- tion, organ and pianoforte playing and theory. Lessons given in Leth- bridge commencing Monday, Feb. 7. 55-26 Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridga Meefe in the Oamp No. Oddfellewi Hall wcdrid arid fourth of month. Visiting neifhbore' will M- ayB Tf.ceite a hearty oilier, 0. L. Orifflth; W f J. T LOANS 4. one On improved or for the im- provement of farm lands for year or Jess up to five years. John E. Wells P. O. Box 420 109 Sherlock Ltthbrfdge WILtlAM and Con- is prepared to give estimates free of cost on all kinds of work in the building trade, including re- pairs, alterations, etc. Box 519, Lethbridge, Alta. Meets First and third Saturdays in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. brethren are cordially Invited. J. McBRIDE SHIVELY, W P GUS. NEIDIG, W. S. LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. Wart fcpeflt Meeta ip tfie. Qd'dfeliowV Hal every first and third WetJnesdar the month at 8 Ucurara appry T. RoWaa, W. President DRAYING CALEDONIAN SOCIETY AU FOIt SALE mf vwr. I F. lUdf crs vMW 9 Wood wife wfco tbei UerWlf' WM.T.WiLLIAMS-Architeet. Whit ney Block. Late of Williams Brw Architects. Detroit. Room Whitney Block. AS. A. Block, Redpath Alta. f. M. Calgary and Lothbridge Specialist in Fireproof inp. sanitation, heating and Tentit- Einest E. Carver. M.B.A.A M.K.A., A..i.I.C.. Etc.. Lethbridge office, Sberlock Block. Phone 1241. H. and Builder, is in the market with a fuH line of new Ideas and prices that are worth investigating. Plans and estimates to be obtained for asking. 1220 fiompas SL P. O. Box 1372. 41-26 W. R. painting, car- 'riage paper hanging, wall decowiting, etc. 23 Argyle Ave. Phone 720. Box 300. 278-O UNDERTAKING ADpJSON A. up to date undertakers antf evnbalmerg In the city, black and white cars. Oilce next the Herald office, Phone 682. Strict attention paid to all cases, Pariora open day arid night. T, S. and EmbalG._r. up to 4ate parlors In city. Fire of Offlci, St. White aa4 Blsck Cars. PTibbe 561.